Metropolitan State University of Denver - DNET Engineering and Integration
Colorado has the second highest number of private aerospace employees in the nation and is the first for private aerospace employment per capita. In 2017, Metropolitan State University of Denver opened the doors on a vanguard, state-of-the-art Aerospace and Engineering Sciences building on its campus at the Auraria Higher Education Center. Aerospace companies such as DNET Engineering and Integration, Ball Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, and NASA anticipate a growing need for new workers with a strong background in technology and project management at the bachelor’s degree level. As a partner to MSU Denver’s aviation program, Flintco was contracted to complete the installation of a laboratory for DNET and faculty offices, as well as construct a new classroom to expand their ability to ready aviation students for a career in Colorado’s expanding aerospace and aviation industry. DNET Engineering and Integration Headquarters located on 4th floor of the Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute building This space increases DNET’s opportunity to integrate technology payloads on test missions for the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA, ultimately helping the U.S. keep the leading edge of aerospace advancements.
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Anderson Mason Dale Architects